Johns Creek Facelift Surgery
While aging is a natural and expected occurrence as you get older, you can minimize or reduce many of the changes in your face with cosmetic surgery. A facelift can reverse many of the signs of aging on your facial features and give you back a more youthful appearance. At Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC, we offer the most advanced options in the facelift field for our patients in Johns Creek and the Atlanta area that want to combat the effects of time.
A facelift, or rhytidectomy, uses precise surgical techniques to shift the movement of skin and tissue on your face that can make you appear older. While this procedure has been used for decades, there are many medical advances that have been achieved to create a more natural appearance when certain techniques are applied. Our experienced facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Stong, has perfected these advanced techniques to give our patients access to proven, natural results for a youthful appearance.
Many people worry that if they have a facelift, it will be apparent that they had “work done” or that their skin will look taut and unnatural. Unfortunately, this is a valid concern. Traditional facelifts only shift and tighten the skin, not the tissue underneath. This can create an artificial appearance in some patients or only temporary results. Dr. Stong uses advanced procedures and techniques to improve the results for our patients, giving them a more natural transformation and results that can last for many years.
Why Choose a Deep Plane Facelift?
There are many different types of facelifts and techniques available to address the signs of aging in the midface region. However, the method that offers the best results is called a deep plane facelift. This procedure is complicated and requires extensive training for the plastic surgeon, but it is unsurpassed when it comes to offering natural, lasting results.
Dr. Stong utilizes the deep plane techniques that are advanced in the facelift surgery field. This method moves the skin and tissue below to an elevated, youthful position. The Subcutaneous Musculo-Aponeurotic System, or SMAS, in the cheek, nose and mouth region is moved back to where it was located before gravity and age took hold. The incisions are smaller, allowing for less scarring and quicker recovery for the patient. More importantly, the results are aesthetically beautiful, especially when compared to traditional facelifts that only tighten the skin.
Since each person ages differently and is at various stages of aging when they decide to undergo a facelift, the procedure must be tailored to the individual. Dr. Stong offers many variations on the deep plane facelift to give each person the results they desire. Extended deep plane facelifts or complete rhytidectomies may be recommended, or other cosmetic procedures may be performed in tandem with the facelift to obtain the results desired by the patient.
Why Choose Dr. Ben Stong for Your Facelift Surgery?
When choosing to undergo any surgery, you want the best surgeon on your side, especially when working with your facial features. Dr. Ben Stong is one of the best facial plastic surgeons in the country, with the highest credentials and a reputation for excellence. A Fellowship trained and dual-board certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Stong is among the top in his field and has a stellar track record. His dedication to using the most advanced techniques available paired with his artistic abilities make him one of the leading facial plastic surgeons in the country.
Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC and Dr. Benjamin C. Stong, MD invite you to explore how a facelift can give you a more youthful appearance and a bolstered sense of self-confidence. Contact us today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Stong at our office near Johns Creek. We are here to answer any questions you have and give you access to the highest level of expertise in the cosmetic surgery field.
*Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.